Applications
Synchronizer

This software is a utility for synchronizing directories (local or network).

Among its main features:

• Early viewing files or similar files, and various differences (size, dates, ...).

• Automatic synchronization following various parameters including file size, date last modified, ...)

• Creating and deleting folders, rename directories or files.

• Files or folders transfer from one directory to another.

• Runs on a single machine or local network.

Last updated on 17/04/2019 21:28 by Matthieu Guenebaud

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02/01/2019
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10/07/2014
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Windows installation guide:

First, the Java plugin must be installed on the computer. The best way to check if everything is operational and up to date is to connect to the official Java address:

and use the provided installation checker.

If something is wrong, just follow the instructions on the page.

Then, a double click on the application installer (Jar file previously downloaded) is enough to start the installation. Follow the displayed indications.

Once the application is installed, a shortcut must be visible on the desktop.

Another shortcut is also available at "All programs" -- "GuenMatTools" -- "Synchronizer".

In order to uninstall, click on the "Uninstall application" shortcut at "All programs" -- "GuenMatTools" -- "Synchronizer".

Ubuntu installation guide:

First, the Java plugin must be installed on the computer. The best way to check if everything is operational is to launch the command below in a terminal:

sudo aptitude install openjdk-8-jre

If Java is no available, the installation will start.

Then lauch the command below on the application installer (Jar file previously downloaded):

java -jar desktop-x.x.x-standard.jar

Follow the indications, and once it is done, a shortcut will be available in the "Applications" menu.

In order to uninstall, launch the commands:

cd INSTALL_PATH/Uninstaller
java -jar uninstaller.jar